Scottish traditional music Lord Lynedoch Strathspey and Hornpipe played on melodeon by Peter Wyper. From 78 rpm disk Regal G 6955 R435 See: www.raretunes.org Topics: Scottland, Scottish, accordion, melodeon, Wyper
Melodeon Improvisations and process between London and Glasgow. "Tone Chambers" is the first release on Linear Obsessional Recordings. This piece started as a series of improvisations for melodeon (diatonic button accordion) played by Richard in London and Liam in Glasgow. The recordings were then processed and reprocessed as sound files were sent back and forth - The near 20 minutes of "Tone Chambers" is the final edit by Liam, and consists of a kind of hyper-mix of the... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: melodeon, improv, free improvisation, noise, netlabel
These tracks were compiled from acoustic improvisations recorded with one microphone in Balham on the 23rd December 2011. The tracks were taken away and mixed, edited and processed by the two performers individually. Part Two - "Bottles" will be released later in the year. credits released 11 February 2012 "Harmoperc" "Corridor" "Paper" and "Halfhorse" were edited and mixed by Richard Sanderson in Redcar. "Window" and "Everytime... Topics: improvisation, acoustic, resonator guitar, melodeon, free improv
This album is the second collection of remakes and treatments of improvisations recorded with one microphone in Balham on the 23rd December 2011. The source material was taken away and mixed, edited and processed by the two performers individually. It is the follow up album to "Corks" which was released by Linear Obsessional on the 11th February 2012. No further volumes will be issued. credits released 04 March 2012 Clive Pearman plays guitar, resonator guitar, banjo, ukulele, paper,... Topics: improvisation, acoustic, resonator guitar, melodeon, free improv
Early Scottish folk tune by Peter Wyper, the Scottish Champion Melodeon Player. This recording of Highland Schottische dates from July of 1909. From the original 78rpm disk. Topics: Scottish, Folk, Traditional, Accordion, Melodeon, 78rpm Source: Columbia A716 digitized by old78collector
"Air Buttons" is an album of improvisations for melodeon and electronics. Download includes a PDF booklet of notes and images. Richard Sanderson- Melodeon, Footpedals ElectronIcs, Wind-Up Gramophone, Contact Microphone, Field Recordings. These pieces were recorded at home in Hither Green, usually on Friday afternoons when the housework was done and before the kids came back from school. As with my previous album of melodeon improvisations the instrument was recorded in three different... Topics: melodeon, button accordion, experimental, improvisation, free improvisation, Linear Obsessional,...
After releasing my album of melodeon and electronics improvisations, I decided to ask my friends whether they would be interested in reworking any of the material- "Please take any music at all from the new release ("Air Buttons" by me) and do what you want with it - mangle it, remix it, add things to it, sing over it, play a duo with it, slow it down, turn it into a tune, cut it up, whatever. BUT please make your contribution EXACTLY TWO MINUTES LONG". I was astonished by... Topics: avant garde, melodeon, experimental, short pieces, linear obsessional, richard sanderson, remixes,...
In May 2014 the London based improvisers Daniel Thompson (guitar) and Richard Sanderson (melodeon- a diatonic button accordion) travelled to a Guides' Hall in Aylesbury to meet up with saxophonist and collector of objects Mark Browne. The plan was to record music, although the trio had never before played together. Download includes a PDF booklet of photographs with an essay. A physical edition is available from http://www.linearobsessional.org The result is "The 1926 Floor Polish... Topics: free improvisation, Mark Browne, Daniel Thompson, Richard Sanderson, Guitar, Melodeon, improv,...
Rough recordings of three acoustic jams (featuring members of Lapis Lazuli and The Boot Lagoon) at a party near Canterbury, UK on 20/08/11. Also, a brief radio piece featuring saz and performance woodwork, plus a live piece from Stella at Buddhafield Festival. Topics: saz, baglama, melodeon, jam, jamming, improv, improvised, improvising, improvisational,... Source: Zoom H2 digital recorder
Folk tunes from Cornwall, Brittany, France, Italy and elsewhere, played by the nomadic Dongas Tribe in Truro Cathedral, one evening in December 1998. Topics: Cornwall, West Cornwall, Truro, cathedral, Truro cathedral, Celtic, tribal, Breton, Breton... Source: analog cassette
Various members of the nomadic Dongas Tribe playing rough but spirited versions of folk tunes from Brittany, France, Ireland and (possibly) Venezuela outside the Cadgwith Cove Inn in West Cornwall, August 1998. Topics: Cornwall, West Cornwall, Lizard, Lizard Peninsula, Cadgwith, traditional, folk, folkdance,... Source: camcorder audio channel
Taking advantage of the fact that a repeat of "The Truth About Markets", Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert's explosively dissident financial report, was preceding his live show "Late Lunch With Out To Lunch" on Resonance FM, Ben Watson invited in David Black (one-time contributor to Robin Ramsay's Lobster; editor of The Hobgoblin; author of books on: Helen MacFarlane, translator of The Communist Manifesto, on LSD and the secret services, on 1839 and the Chartist insurrection and... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: audio esemplasm, Dave Black, David Black, Max Keiser, Stacy Herbert, The Truth About Markets, Robin...
Folk tunes from Brittany and France recorded at various locations in West Cornwall in late 1997 and 1998 by the nomadic Dongas Tribe. Topics: Celtic, tribal, Breton, Breton folk, Breton traditional, traditional Breton, Brittany, French,... Source: analog cassette
A selection of folk tunes from Brittany, France, Corsica, Ukraine, Armenia, Ireland, Wales, etc. recorded spontaneously by the nomadic Dongas Tribe in a bell tent in woods at Ventongimps near Perranzabuloe in Cornwall one rainy night in autumn 1997. This is the best recording known to exist of the Cornwall-period Dongas. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Brittany, Breton, Breton folk, Breton folkdance, Breton traditional, traditional Breton, French,... Source: analog cassette (2nd generation)